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#1 MacDiesel

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Posted 29 April 2007 - 03:23 PM

Hey guys. I am not looking to get rich, but I need a part-time job. My hours at my full time job are always changing so I can't get a 2nd job. Does anyone know of any legit online jobs?

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#2 CuStOmCoMpUtErWoRkS

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Posted 29 April 2007 - 06:42 PM

LIVEOPS is real.

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Posted 02 May 2007 - 12:19 AM

LIVEOPS sounded pretty good till..

Q: What are the minimum equipment requirements?

System configured in accordance with Microsoft's recommendations as outlined on their 'Protect Your PC Web Site." These steps include:

* Windows Update module enabled and configured to update automatically
* Windows standard firewall enabled on systems where it exists

Not the only system requirements. Just the ones I wouldn't use personally.

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Posted 02 May 2007 - 01:28 AM

LIVEOPS sounded pretty good till..

Q: What are the minimum equipment requirements?

System configured in accordance with Microsoft's recommendations as outlined on their 'Protect Your PC Web Site." These steps include:

* Windows Update module enabled and configured to update automatically
* Windows standard firewall enabled on systems where it exists

Not the only system requirements. Just the ones I wouldn't use personally.


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Posted 02 May 2007 - 06:36 AM

I do not prefer to make use of Microsoft automatic updates. I would rather choose myself, what Microsoft is allowed to download onto my computer. A personal preference. Automatic updates are useful to some I'm sure. It can be tricky to remember to update. Though they come on a monthly basis, and usually on the second Tuesday of each month.

The Windows firewall is not enough protection. Which is why myself and many others recommend a stand alone firewall. Windows firewall only alerts to incoming activity, not outgoing activity. A stand alone firewall alerts to both, why only have half of the protection. :thumbsup:

Keep in mind they are the "minimum requirements"


Online work at home opportunities, is an interesting topic. I would like to see more suggestions. LiveOps does sound like it could be a good one to become involved with. CuStOmCoMpUtErWoRk have you been affiliated with them yourself?
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Posted 02 May 2007 - 09:21 AM

Something I have done for years is look for jobs online.
Trust me its hard.

Selling ebooks online is super hard so dont let anyone say you are going to get rich off of it.

Your(and mine) best bet is to freelance. Go ahead type it in google. Many REAL companies and websites(no scams) pay you to freelance. Requirements differ from site to site and task to task but you should be fine.

Do some research on it. I have looked for years and its the only thing I have seen that for sure works well.

If you type in google "how to make money online" You could spend all your life on their alone. You may find something you may not. Most are scams.

Do a review before doing anything. Look up the name and make sure its real.

And DONT do surveys! Waste of time and nothing else. No matter what the site says. And never give money up front to any opportunity unless you know for sure its real.




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